Posts about Remote Learning

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Posts about Remote Learning

Giving Clear Directions

April 21, 2021   Ross Trudeau

Whether you are teaching in-person or online, the clarity of your directions can have a major impact on how well your students engage and succeed. Check out our video primer on ensuring your directions are as clear as possible. 

Cold Calling and Remote Learning

February 11, 2021   Ross Trudeau

Remote learning has come with a host of challenges—from distributing materials to delivering instruction to driving engagement—that teachers have met with ingenuity and grace.

As many classes are still taking place mostly or all online, we’ve been mulling over whether one of our favorite moves—cold calling—has a place in remote learning.

The Case for Whole Texts in a Remote World

October 28, 2020   

When instruction is remote, is it worth it to worry about whether students are still reading whole texts?

Improving Accessibility for All Students: Remote Learning Tips and Tricks

September 23, 2020   

While remote learning presents many challenges, we’ve identified a few adjustments that will allow you to keep focusing on rigorous, grade-level content and rely on many of your favorite support strategies  while you teach remotely.

Ratio in the Remote Classroom

September 16, 2020   Ross Trudeau

Maintaining high ratio can feel unattainable in a remote classroom. But this one simple move might be the key.